The Chinese ambassador hailed Foreign Minister Shahid's recent visit to Beijing.
The Maldives acceded to treaties on arms trade and cluster munitions.
Solih became the first Maldivian leader to address the UNGA in seven years.
The opposition criticised the government in the aftermath of Friday night's warehouse fire.
MDP MPs called for the removal of Prosecutor General Bisham.
Translated excerpts from the president's press briefing.
Wrongdoing was flagged in three projects worth over MVR90 million.
Speaker Nasheed continues to accuse China of trapping Maldives in debt.
Ruling party lawmakers are due to meet the Attorney General to share concerns.
Changes to the tax administration law were also ratified.
The proposed changes have prompted concerns over civil rights and due process.
The Maldives reaffirmed support for a Palestinian state based on 1967 borders.
Solih publicly rebuked Nasheed for the first time.
Two women were chosen as president and vice president for the first time.
No arrests have been made a week after a presidential commission disclosed findings.
Lawmakers went on holiday after passing a new fisheries law.
The president has sought the judicial watchdog's counsel.